Later this October, prospective owners of Dragon Age: Origins won't have to stare slack-jawed at the mound of downloadable content that has been piling up since the game's initial release in 2009. A new, all content-inclusive version of the title dubbed Dragon Age: Origins Ultimate Edition is hitting on the 26th across the Xbox 360, PS3, and the PC for the low, low price of $60.
Putting the price of Ultimate Edition in perspective, the game's official website is saying that the total dollar amount of all the DLC to date, including the game's retail and downloadable expansion Dragon Age: Origins -- Awakening, combined is a staggering $114. So, yeah, you'll be saving a few bucks if you decide to grab this as opposed to a used copy--even one with a Shale voucher still stuck inside it.
== TEASER ==To be crystal clear, Ultimate Edition will include even the very recently released Witch Hunt DLC, which I've been led to believe finally answers all those questions you might have had about what Morrigan after she [spoilers] or you [spoils spoiler]. Witch Hunt will, of course, be joined by The Stone Prisoner (!), Return to Ostagar, Leliana's Song, Warden's Keep, The Darkspawn Chronicles, The Golems of Amgarrak, and Dragon Age: Origins -- Awakening on the disc.
In other news, I've just realized I've spent almost 200 bucks on Dragon Age: Origins. I need to find a place to bury my head for a second. Please take a gander at these hot new images while I'm gone.